5 Latest Information you must know in RMCO

  1. Those who don’t wear face masks would be barred from using public transport, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong. More info >>

  2. Forest activities, like hiking, camping and jungle trekking will be allowed from June 15, but only for day trips and in groups of not more than 20 people, said Peninsular Malaysia Forestry Department director of Forest Eco-Parks and State Forest Parks Mohd Yussainy Md Yusop. More info >>

  3. Water activities such as swimming in public pool and at waterfalls, as well as extreme sports, like motorcross, ATV, mountain bike, rock climbing, paragliding, abseiling and wall climbing are not allowed during the RMCO period.

  4. Those who wish to travel to Sabah and Sarawak must undergo Covid-19 test before their trip, Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said. More info >>

  5. Pre-schools and kindergartens can resume operations from July 1, subject to strict compliance with the standard operating procedure, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob. More info >>

Source: KP Kesihatan

Although your district might be in green zone but safety precaution must be taken at least for social distance of 1 metre with others #staysafe